Recently published research out of Queensland University of Technology proves that it’s possible, plausible, believable and appropriate, to adapt your behavior to suit the situation. Importantly, the research shows that the momentary adaptations have no negative impact or consequences for the individual.
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Throughout August the world’s top athletes battled it out in Rio as part of the 2016 Olympic Games. But some far outshone others to take home the medals. According to Scientific American, researchers have a special term for these best of the best: superelites.
North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) 2016 Conference From May 31st – June 4th Athlete Assessments will be sponsoring and exhibiting at the 2016
By Kate Roskvist, Athlete Assessments Recently Liz and I attended the 2014 NASSM Conference in Pittsburgh. The North American Society for Sport Management Conference often
After reading ‘How Full is Your Bucket’ by Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton PhD, I read another of Rath’s books titled ‘Strengths Based Leadership’. An important chapter of this book is all about why people follow leaders. For so long, leadership research has focused on asking leaders what they do. But with this focus of research, there is a very obvious point overlooked: You are a Leader only if others follow you.
Compiled by Liz Masen, CEO of Athlete Assessments, the Coach Survey Summary Results. What are the top three sports coaching challenges faced?
Collated by Liz Masen, Client Director of Athlete Assessments Coach Survey Summary Results 2009 In your role as a coach, how much formal leadership training